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Live it Up!

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The Live it Up! playground is all about height and thrills. This design features challenging rope/net components and high slides. Kids will love clambering around on the Cargo Net, Twisted Tower and Web Link. Then it’s off to the Starglide Slide for a thrilling descent from the 88″ high platform. Upper body activities round out the action.

Model Number
S21-13
Area Required
14.4m x 12.0m (48' x 40')
Age Ranges
5-12 years
Design Options
available with stainless steel slides for superior durability
Type of Play
physical
Features
diverse climbing, balancing, upper body and sliding activities
Colour Options
available in various colour schemes
Format Shown
ImpPlay

Available Colours

Design services are included! Playground designs can be re-configured to meet your preferences and needs for space, layout, components, slide type (plastic or steel), colour scheme, etc. Designs shown are subject to change without notice.

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Great Product, Great People
The playground is perfect and the kids love it. Even my carpenters that installed it had good things to say. Great product and great people working with it. Art Olson, Operations Manager—School District No. 10, B.C.
Hassle-free from Start to Finish
"When you are building a large-scale project, customer service is number one. Blue Imp worked with us hand in hand. They responded to our questions immediately, discussed options, explained all the details and guided us through the project from planning right through to the installation. The whole process was hassle-free from start to finish." Delburne Futures Committee
Everything We Dreamed Of
"We came to Blue Imp with the goal of creating a playground that was accessible and playable for our young student with cerebral palsy. Blue Imp toured sites with us, showed us the possibilities and designed a structure that is fun and exciting for all our students. It’s everything we dreamed of." Rachel Schortinghuis — Barnwell School Playground Committee